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Revised Subd Regs062410 - Fayette County Government

Revised Subd Regs062410 - Fayette County Government

turn around portion of a

turn around portion of a cul-de-sac along the front minimum building line (see graphic below). M.S.L. Mean Sea Level. Marginal Access Street. A street parallel to and adjacent to an arterial street providing access to abutting property. Phase. A portion or section of a larger development delineated on an approved, recorded Final Plat. Plat, Final. All divisions of a tract of land into two (2) or more lots where the lots are less than five (5) acres in size and/or new streets are created. Plat, Preliminary. A conceptual subdivision plan required prior to a Final Plat where new streets are created. 6

Planning Commission. The Fayette County Planning Commission of Fayette County, Georgia. Residential Street. A street used for local circulation in residential areas providing access to abutting property. Right-of-Way. A portion of land being used or in the future will be used as a street, road, thoroughfare, crosswalk, pipe way, drainage canal, and/ or other similar uses and designated by means of right-of-way lines. A strip of land, often of uniform width, that is owned by Fayette County and used, or may be used for transportation, utilities, or similar purposes. Street. A public right-of-way which provides vehicular access to abutting property. A public or private thoroughfare or road used for vehicular access to other streets and/or properties. Streets may be 1) owned and operated/maintained by Fayette County (i.e., those within a Public Right-of- Way); 2) privately owned but open for public use and maintained by Fayette County (i.e., those within a prescriptive easement); or 3) privately owned and maintained (i.e., a private road). Public streets are designated by type on the Fayette County Thoroughfare Plan. Major Arterial Street. A street which is designated as such on the Major Thoroughfare Plan and which is intended to provide swift and safe movement of traffic through the community. (NOTE: CURRENTLY IN DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS – ARTICLE III.) Secondary Arterial Street. A street which is designated as such on the Major Thoroughfare Plan and which is intended to provide easy and convenient traffic movement within the community. (NOTE: CURRENTLY IN DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS – ARTICLE III. AND REFERRED TO AS A MINOR ARTERIAL) Collector Street. A street which is designated as such on the Major Thoroughfare Plan and which is intended to collect traffic from residential streets and direct it safely to secondary or major streets. (NOTE: CURRENTLY IN DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS – ARTICLE III.) Subdivider. Any person, firm, corporation, association or partnership or any agent thereof who undertakes or proposes to undertake the subdivision of land so as to constitute create a subdivision as defined herein. Subdivisions. All divisions of a tract or parcel of land into a minimum of two (2) or more lots. building sites, for the purpose, whether immediate or future, of sale, legacy, or building development and includes all divisions of land involving a new street or change in existing streets, and includes re-subdivision and where appropriate context, relates to the process of subdividing or to the land or area subdivided; provided, however that the following are not included within this definition: 7

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